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Calorie restriction, feeding times extend mouse life

In a new study published in the journal Science, researchers show that Calorie restriction and time-restricted feeding have an additional effect on the lifespan of mice [1]. known interference Calorie restriction is the first intervention to demonstrate that aging is a malleable phenomenon. The first experiments on mice were conducted in the 1930s and showed … Read more

Chocolate milk is a surprisingly good recovery drink – and there’s science to prove it

Chocolate milk contains carbohydrates, proteins, and fats as well as water and electrolytes, making it a surprisingly good candidate for a recovery drink. In a recent meta-analysis, a team of researchers investigated other studies that looked at how well chocolate milk priced in this regard, compared to a placebo or other products. The results, some … Read more

Why would a keto diet hurt your climb?

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Intestinal health benefits of drinking shea milk

Frequent stomach upsets, gas, and bloating are more likely to be caused by poor gut health. It has been widely reported that processed and sugary foods can cause IBD, leading to those unpleasant symptoms. But even dairy products can be difficult to digest if the enzyme lactase in the small intestine is unable to break … Read more